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  • Leo Batic (b. 1969)


    Leonardo “Leo” Batic is an Argentinian illustrator who co-founded the art studio Duendes Del Sur with fellow freelance artists Walter Carzon and Pablo Zamboni. Through Duendes Del Sur, Leo created the box art for a handful of video games in 2001 and 2002, mostly for Tiny Toon Adventures licenses.

    OVGA has included below Leo Batic's full known box art catalog:

    1. Hidden Invasion (Swing! Entertainment Media AG | Sony PlayStation 2-EUR | 2001)
    2. Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Saves the Day (Conspiracy Entertainment Corp. | Game Boy Color | 2001)
    3. Tiny Toon Adventure: Dizzy’s Candy Quest (Swing! Entertainment Media AG | Game Boy Color | 2001)
    4. Tiny Toon Adventures: Plucky’s Big Adventure (Conspiracy Entertainment Corp. | Sony PlayStation | 2001)
    5. Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Stackers (Swing! Entertainment Media AG | Game Boy Advance-EUR | 2002)

    Leonardo Batic

    Leo Batic (b. 1969)
    Born: March 1, 1969, La Plata, Argentina
    Nationality: Argentinian
    Location: La Plata, Argentina

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